Social Media and Social Engineering – How To Win The War

Social Media and Social Engineering – How to Win the War “Man is by nature a social animal.”                           – Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC), Greek philosopher and polymath. Let me begin by putting forth some interesting numbers: 62% of adults worldwide now use social media If Facebook were a country, it would be

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Five Reasons SMBs Fear The Cloud

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Five Reasons SMBs Fear the Cloud Fear of the cloud has been around since the Cloud began. SMBs were traditionally afraid of security issues, while large companies fretted about increasing the complexity of their IT infrastructure. What many budding start-up companies don’t realise is Cloud Computing helps place them on a level playing field with

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How Can The Cloud Protect Us From Identity Theft?

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How Can The Cloud Protect Us From Identity Theft? More than 600 million Internet users will store data on the cloud by the end of the year, techcrunch.com reports. If you’re using anything from online banking to iTunes, you’re using the cloud. Our business files have moved to the cloud, our audio and visual media

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Data Security In The Cloud: Solutions For Consumers And SMBs

Data Security in the Cloud: Solutions for Consumers and SMBs A recent small business cloud computing survey from Microsoft found that a chief concern of potential SMB cloud customers is the security and privacy of their data. A full 70% of small businesses are concerned about where their data is stored. Just over half of

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Cloud Computing May Open Up Firms To Hundreds Of Millions In Fines

Cloud Computing May Open Up Firms To Hundreds Of Millions In Fines Under EU Laws One of the major attractions of cloud computing is its universal accessibility; in essence, it is computing without borders. However, the world is divided into distinct countries, and with that come different rules and regulations. Consequently, this can and does

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